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  • (April 2009) Stage play: Played Miss Darling in Samson Raphaelson's play "Accent on Youth" on Broadway (Samuel J. Friedman Theater, New York City, New York, USA).
  • (1988) Stage Play: Rumors. Comedy/farce. Written by Neil Simon. Scenic Design by Tony Straiges. Directed by Gene Saks. Broadhurst Theatre (moved to The Ethel Barrymore Theatre from 13 Dec 1989- close): 17 Nov 1988-24 Feb 1990 (535 performances + 8 previews that began 8 Nov 1988). Cast: Lisa Banes (as "Cassie Cooper"), Christine Baranski (as "Chris Gorman"), Charles Brown (as "Welch"), Cynthia Darlow (as "Pudney"), Andre Gregory (as "Ernie Cusack"), Ken Howard (as "Glenn Cooper"), Ron Leibman (as "Lenny Ganz"), Mark Nelson (as "Ken Gorman"), Joyce Van Patten (as "Cookie Cusack"), Jessica Walter (as "Claire Ganz"). Standbys: Gibby Brand (as "Ken Gorman/Lenny Ganz/Welch"), Kandis Chappell (as "Cassie Cooper/Chris Gorman/Pudney"), Cynthia Darlow (as "Claire Ganz/Cookie Cusack"), Timothy Landfield (as "Ernie Cusack/Glenn Cooper"). Replacement cast during Broadhurst Theatre run: Kandis Chappell (as "Chris Gorman"), Dan Desmond (as "Ernie Cusack"), Lisa Emery (as "Cassie Cooper"), Veronica Hamel (as "Claire Ganz"), Timothy Landfield (as "Glenn Cooper"), Dick Latessa (as "Ernie Cusack"), Richard Levine (as "Ken Gorman"), Larry Linville (as "Glenn Cooper") [from 26 Dec 1988- ?], Kathleen Marsh (as "Pudney"), Greg Mulvaney (as "Lenny Ganz"), Alice Playten (as "Cookie Cusack"). Replacement cast during Ethel Barrymore Theatre run: None noted. Produced by Emanuel Azenberg.
  • (January 2, 2010 to March 21, 2010) Stage play: Present Laughter-playing Liz Essendine, at the American Airlines Theatre, Broadway, New York City, USA. Written by Noël Coward; Directed by Nicholas Martin; also starring Victor Garber (Garry Essendine), Brooks Ashmanskas (Roland Maule), Alice Duffy (Lady Saltburn), Holley Fain (Daphne Stillington), Pamela Jane Gray (Joanna Lyppiatt), Harriet Harris (Monica Reed).
  • (March 31, 1998 to August 30, 1998) Stage musical: High Society-playing Margaret Lord, at the St. James Theatre, Broadway, New York City, USA. Music and lyrics by Cole Porter; Additional lyrics by Susan Birkenhead; Book by Arthur Kopit; Based on the play "The Philadelphia Story" by Philip Barry; Also based on the movie "High Society" written by John Patrick (screenplay).; Directed by Christopher Renshaw; Also starring Stephen Bogardus (Mike Connor), Melissa Errico (Tracy Samantha Lord), Daniel McDonald (C. K. Dexter Haven), John McMartin (Uncle Willie), Randy Graff (Liz Imbrie), Daniel Gerroll (Seth Lord), Anna Kendrick (Dinah Lord), Marc Kudisch (George Kittredge).
  • (March 2, 1995 to August 27, 1995) Stage play: Arcadia-playing Lady Croom, at the Vivian Beaumont Theatre, Lincoln Center, Broadway, New York City, USA. Written by Tom Stoppard; Directed by Trevor Nunn; Also starring Blair Brown (Hannah Jarvis), Richard Clarke (Jellaby), Billy Crudup (Septimus Hodge), Jennifer Dundas (Thomasina Coverly), Victor Garber (Bernard Nightingale), Paul Giamatti (Ezra Chater), John Griffin (Gus Coverly / Augustus Coverly), Robert Sean Leonard (Valentine Coverly), Peter Maloney (Richard Noakes) David Manis (Captain Brice, RN), Haviland Morris (Chloë Coverly)

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